A Fun Way to Beat the Winter Blues

By: Courtney Cail ’19 Winter can be a gloomy time for some people.  The sky gets darker earlier at night and it’s hard to enjoy the freezing cold outdoors. It’s especially hard for students that are boarding at school, because … Read More

Chinese New Year Celebration at Cheshire Academy

By: Dechan Choden ’18 The Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival as it has been called since the 20th century, remains the most important social and economic holiday in China. It is based on the lunar-solar Chinese calendar. The holiday … Read More

A Great Winter Season for the Cheshire Academy Cats

By: Gillian Reinhard ‘16 As March break approaches, the Cheshire Academy Cats can celebrate another successful winter season across basketball games, swim meets, ski races, and fencing tournaments. Swimming:

IB Class Blends English and Art

By: Charlie Swan ’17 Literature and Performance, taught by Ms. Guarino, is a creative and exciting class that is offered at Cheshire Academy. It is a newly added course to add to the school’s growing number of International Baccalaureate® options. … Read More

A Conversation with Mrs. Kelly

By: Tara Lynch ‘18 Our entire faculty at Cheshire Academy is extraordinary and there are no words to describe them. Recently, I sat down with Science Department Co-Chair Mrs. Lauren Kelly, who was recognized last year with the D. Robert … Read More

Living Healthy: Learn more about eating disorders

By: Nastya Gudkova ’18 For many people, eating healthy is a burden. When faced with pepperoni pizza, curly french fries, and chocolate brownies in the dining hall, why would anyone choose those lifeless steamed vegetables? The answer is: summer.

Environmental Ecoleaders at Work

By: Zoe Genden ’18      Eco Leaders is a club which works to educate and advance the sustainability of the Cheshire Academy campus and community. They reduce waste, manage recyclables and improve on the use of resources.